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    What Does It Mean to Be a BA Restaurant?

    This newsletter has historically been Bon Appétit’s Letter from the Editor. Until we have a new editor in chief, the BA and Epicurious staff will use this platform to update you on the work we’re doing to move BA forward in our editorial coverage. This week, BA’s digital restaurant editor Elyse Inamine talks about how […] More

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    Grilled Chicken Kabobs with Cucumber Yogurt Sauce

    These Lebanese-inspired Grilled Chicken Kabobs are seasoned with za’atar and served with a cool Laban Cucumber Yogurt Sauce. Grilled Chicken Kabobs with Yogurt Sauce These Grilled Chicken Kabobs are marinated in lemon juice, olive oil, za’atar, and garlic and served with a cucumber yogurt sauce on the side. You can use either chicken breasts or […] More

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    What We Lost When We Lost David McAtee

    Two days after Mardi Gras, just before COVID-19 shut down the whole country, I found myself in Louisville, Kentucky. As a scholar of the Black barbecue tradition birthed by our people’s long farming history, I was there to attend an agricultural workshop and hopefully squeeze in a few good meals. But now, looking back, I […] More

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    45 Strawberry Recipes You Need in Your Life Right Now

    We know how hard it is to resist the sight of gleamingly red peak-season strawberries this time of the year. Which is how this gallery of strawberry recipes came to be—so you can put all those cartons of fragrant ripe gems you impulse bought at the farmers’ market or grocery store to work. (Not that […] More

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    7 Day Healthy Meal Plan (June 29-July 5)

    posted June 27, 2020 by Gina A free 7-day, flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner and a shopping list. All recipes include calories and updated WW Smart Points. 7-Day Healthy Meal Plan I can’t believe it is almost July 4th!! In this week’s meal plan you will notice that there is […] More

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    Honey-Glazed Pepper Chicken

    Prepare a grill for medium heat. Lightly oil grate. Set chicken on grate, cover, positioning vent over chicken if your grill has one, and grill, turning every 5 minutes, until an instant-read thermometer inserted into the thickest part of thighs registers 120°–130°, 15–20 minutes. Uncover and continue to grill, basting with honey mixture and turning […] More

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    24 Ice Cream Recipes Worth a Double Scoop

    Is there anything better than opening your freezer and pulling out a pint? How about if its homemade? These ice cream recipes take the satisfaction of a scoop (or five) to the next level, whether you’re looking for something classic (hello caramel, chocolate, and raspberry!) or a spin on the familiar (we see you, miso […] More

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    Rustic Tomato Tart

    Free-form tarts are the savior of the unfussy cook. Unlike tarts baked in a pan, there’s no need to worry about trimming dough, rolling out perfect circles, or using pie weights. They’re the sort of thing I love to pull from my oven year round, but especially in conjunction with peak tomato season. A beautiful […] More

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    An Oven Thermometer Will Reveal Your Oven’s Dirty Lies

    We originally published this article, written by Alex Delany, in 2017. MacKenzie Fegan updated it since then in order to be more specific regarding the type of oven thermometer we find most useful. Ovens are like snowflakes: they may all look pretty much the same, but each is unique with its own quirks and foibles. […] More

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    Broccoli Beef

    This Broccoli Beef satisfies my craving for Chinese takeout but with less oil and sugar than what you’ll find at most restaurants. Broccoli Beef One of my favorite types of food to order in is Chinese takeout. However, it is not always the healthiest. That’s why I love cooking lighter versions at home. This Broccoli […] More

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    Skirt Steak With BA.1. Sauce

    First, you have to be into steak sauce. I, for one, was not… until I tried this one. BA has paired it perfectly with the Skirt (or Hanger/Flank or even sirloin — but I suggest keeping it away from the Strip and Filet. Those should be butter, only). I drizzle a little on the sliced […] More

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    I’ll Never Be Able to Cook the Bad News Away. But I Try Anyway

    Beef Wellington is a strange and incredibly labor-intensive dish to prepare—tenderloin wrapped in duxelles wrapped in prosciutto wrapped in puff pastry. When I attempted Gordon Ramsay’s recipe after years of listening to him bellow about the dish on Hell’s Kitchen, I also endeavored to make my own puff pastry (the Bon Appétit recipe, in fact) […] More

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